Ben Simmons of Philadelphia 76ers injured knee
The Philadelphia 76ers balloon career is not the best time, and Ben Simmons (Ben Simmons) injury made things more complicated.
The injury occurred in their 107-98 victory over the Washington Wizards.
Simmons rebounded, gestured to his knees, and played for the day.
With the efforts of the 76ers, it is difficult for them to adapt to the new life of the NBA.
If Simmons misses longer, their initial championship hopes will get worse.
He has the best season of his career, and he has performed very well on the defensive end this year.
“We don’t know,” Sixers coach Brett Brown said after the game when asked about the latest news about Simmons’ status.
But soon after, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski provided some promising news.
The source told ESPN that the early signs of Ben Simmons were encouraging-there was no swelling or pain in his left knee after leaving the court.
-Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) August 5, 2020
Brown has the same passionate seat as any coach in the NBA, and he hopes that his current power forward can stay healthy in the playoffs.
Simmons missed quite a lot of time, and he was not able to recover from it until he started again due to a back injury.
If this season has never stopped, Brown will say Simmons may miss part of the playoffs.
There is no room for error, the 76ers need a young star to participate in the game. So far, the team has many differences, and now is not the time.
This post is written by Justin Hickey